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PCUA launches Small CU Network
HARRISBURG, Pa. (9/17/09)--The Pennsylvania Credit Union Association (PCUA) has launched the Small Credit Union Network (SCUNet) to provide resources specifically for credit unions under $10 million in assets in the state.
Rick Myxter, Pennsylvania Credit Union Association (PCUA) associate vice president, co-chaired a task force that created PCUA’s Small Credit Union Network to help credit unions under $10 million in assets. (Photo provided by the Pennsylvania Credit Union Association)
Under the network, PCUA staff will work with small credit unions to facilitate mentoring relationships between CEOs of small credit unions and credit union professionals in various disciplines. The network was created by a task force appointed by PCUA in May to identify small credit unions’ needs. Cookie Yoder, PCUA director and Pittsburgh FCU CEO, chaired the task force. Rick Myxter, PCUA associate vice president, is co-chair (Life is a Highway Sept. 16). PCUA is asking credit union CEOs to sign a pledge sheet to commit to success working through the framework of “The Seven C’s.” The Seven C’s is an acronym for core areas that the task force identified as critical to credit unions’ success. They are:
* Competent staff; * Committed volunteers; * Communicate credit union value; * Commitment to staff and board education; * Contribute to well-being of membership; * Change and adapt for growth and prosperity; and * Collaboration.


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